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Sonic Classic Collection allows fans both old and new to speed through the much loved zones of the four original Mega Drive adventures, in a bid to collect the chaos emeralds and save the world.

Optimised to take full advantage of the Nintendo DS system, Sonic Classic Collection will feature a new save anywhere feature, a first in this original series, meaning that the games can be enjoyed anywhere, anytime. Gamers will also be given the chance to expand their knowledge with a wealth of extras including video and collectable pictures that are sure to be fan favourites.

Sonic Classic Collection gathers together the first four Sonic The Hedgehog adventures - Sonic The Hedgehog, Sonic The Hedgehog 2, Sonic The Hedgehog 3 and Sonic & Knuckles - introducing some of the most influential Sonic titles to a whole new generation of gamers exclusively for the DS.

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Posted by James Newton

Hog roast

In a perfect world, there’s surely only one score we could give the first fully portable collection of the hedgehog’s finest outings: a well-deserved 10/10. SEGA’s handheld equivalent of Super Mario All-Stars, Sonic Classic Collection features the...

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User Comments (15)



Xkhaoz said:

So getting this. Love Sonic, also like the originals. Hope it has Blue Sphere in it. Wait, 2 players?



gblock said:

According to Nintendo Power, it's Sonic 1, 2, 3 and S&K (w/ lockon for 2 and 3). Awesome that we have a port for the DS now (without having to resort to emulation).



TKOWL said:

So happy they decided to make a portable version of Sonic 2. Hopefully it has the same music and won't be screwed up like Sonic Genesis on GBA.



CrazyOtto said:

Sonic Classic Collection for DS is not going to have the multiplayer modes that were in Sonic 2 and Sonic 3, so you'll still have a reason to download the Virtual Console versions or buy the GC Mega Collection.



Capt_N said:

@Clinker: That's a definite "ouch!" W/ the capabilities of the DS, such a thing would be plausible, so it would be somewhat of a shame if the multi wasn't included.

On the other hand, I very rarely ever have used my DS in multiplayer of any (DS) game. I'm never @ a hot spot, when on the road, & @ home, it's a pain to connect the system to my/the (home) net(work). Not to mention, you have to be playing the DS close to an access point, for play @ home, & my consoles are right near-by, so for me, it's not, but almost completely pointless.

But's it's always still worth it, if the game(s) is/are fun.



The_Ink_Pit_Ox said:

Just got it, and it's really cool. I had a Game Gear with Sonic, Sonic 2, and Chaos, so this is definitely a plus for me.

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